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Macroscopic movement

An object like a ball is made of a large number of particles, such as electrons, protons and so on. These particles are said to be indistinguishable, which means that the swapping two electrons (or ...
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Macroscopic movement

In quantum mechanics, the concept of trajectory is lost due to the fact that there is a limit on the accuracy of accuracy of simultaneous measurement of position and momentum (which is given by one of ...
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Is the set of possible elementary particle types equal to the set of all combinations of their properties?

You seem to be asking whether the properties you've listed allows one to uniquely identify a particle. The answer is no, because: There are combinations of these properties that don't exists. For ...
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